Revenge of the Arrivistes!

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In the years following the American Civil War, industry roared to new heights of unbridled, unregulated glory, creating unimaginable wealth for its captains in an era that Mark Twain dubbed the Gilded Age.… Continue reading

New Release Wednesday: The Wistful and the Good by G.M. Baker

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Elswyth’s mother was a slave, but her father is a thegn, and Drefan, the man she is to marry, is an ealdorman’s son. But though Elswyth is content with the match, and waits… Continue reading

Olaf Cuarán (Amlaíb Cuarán), King of Dublin by M. N. Stroh

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As a lover of medieval history, it’s my pleasure to share with you today about a striking figure whom I’ve enjoyed bringing to life in my historical fiction series, Tale of the Clans,… Continue reading

New Release Wednesday: The Truth of Who You Are by Sheila Myers

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When his family is plunged into poverty during the Great Depression, Ben Taylor takes a job with the US Civilian Conservation Corps developing the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. A tragic accident puts… Continue reading

New Release Wednesday: Drakemaster by E.C. Ambrose

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During the Mongol invasion of China, a Lithuanian bellmaker and the Mongolian scout who enslaved him race to stop the deployment of a clockwork doomsday device. Two hundred years ago, astronomers and geomancers… Continue reading

What Gilded Age Wealth Could NOT Buy

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Today, I begin a new series that is a direct result of research for my September 22, 2022 release, The Last Dollar Princess. As any student of American history knows, Gilded Age robber… Continue reading

New Release Wednesday: Her Last Betrayal by Amazon bestselling author Pam Leaky – Releases tomorrow!

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Her Last Betrayal Published by Avon Books UK/Harper Collins Publication Date: 14th April 2022 Book 2 in the Sarah Gillespie WW2 Series Spying on the enemy is a dangerous game… London, 1941 After… Continue reading

New Release Wednesday: Rock Bottom, Tennessee: a novel by Kimberly Nixon

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Life is hard for Ruby growing up in poverty on the wrong side of the mountain on her grandfather’s farm where literally the sun didn’t shine. The Appalachian setting isn’t her friend as… Continue reading

A London Subculture by Edie Cay

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Today’s post shares fascinating information and is well-sourced, but its subject may not be suitable for all readers. The topic is the rich and diverse history of gay subculture in 18th & 19th… Continue reading

New Release Wednesday: The Third Daughter by Fiona Forsyth

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Rome, 68 BCE. Julius Caesar begins his controversial career in government. At the same time, a third daughter, Tertulla, is born to the Junius family on the Palatine Hill. Tertulla grows up under… Continue reading